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The game must make money. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=addu5qIFVkk It’s Pro Bowl Sunday, featuring the game that seemingly nobody cares about, yet the Pro Bowl manages to get good...
Nothing is imminent. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4ZaPkrd6Z0 In the, it is time for New Year predictions, here are two statements that will be true. Major League Baseball will not...
I want money. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KP1NmpJCfbQ The National Basketball Association wants to schedule more games outside of the United States and Canada. The league has played its 2018-19...
The National Basketball Association’s two game Mexico sample is on tap and the league continues to figure out what sort of future it has in Mexico City and in Mexico. Could the NBA eventually set up shop and place an expansion or relocation franchise in the Mexican capital?
The National Football League’s three game London home stand wraps up with the Philadelphia Eagles and Jacksonville Jaguars game. The National Football League ownership group has a very clear intent in scheduling matches in London.
Enrique Bonilla is not a well-known name in American soccer fans circles but Bonilla is well known in Mexico as the President of Mexico’s First Division in soccer and he has a thought about the future of soccer in North America.
While Major League Baseball, the National Football League, the National Basketball Association and the National Hockey League continue to export their North American product globally, there is one sports group that does not want to step foot in America.
If a company is under investigation by authorities in the United States and Switzerland for corruption, it probably is not the smartest thing for that company to update its ethics code and remove the word corruption and add defamation to the document.
The National Basketball Association is getting ready for the 2018-2019 season and the schedule includes a pre-season stop in Seattle and a pair of regular season games in Mexico City.
Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred has expressed an interest in seeing his business add two teams in the future but before that happens, Manfred and his bosses, the 30 owners of Major League Baseball teams have to fix a problem.